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  • FY 2019 – 2022 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT

    PROGRAM Amendment No. 1

    Amendment No. 1 Approved for Public Review and Comment: December 17, 2018

    Amendment No. 1 Approved by the Policy Board: January 14, 2019

    Approved for Public Review and Comment: April 16, 2018

    Approved by the Policy Board: May 21, 2018

  • PERMIAN BASIN MPO 2019-2022 TIP AMENDMENT NO. 1 2

    Table of Contents

    Permian Basin MPO Membership and Structure............................................................................... 3

    Mission Statement ........................................................................................................................... 3

    Vision Statement ............................................................................................................................. 3

    Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) ..................................................................................... 4

    Year of Expenditure (YOE) Trends ........................................................................................................ 4

    Total Project Costs (TPC) ...................................................................................................................... 4

    Methodology ................................................................................................................................... 5

    Operations and Maintenance........................................................................................................... 5

    TIP Federal Regulations ....................................................................................................................... 6

    Planning Factors .............................................................................................................................. 6

    Performance Management .............................................................................................................. 7

    Performance Measures and Targets .................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.

    Purpose of Public Meetings ................................................................................................................. 8

    Public Participation Plan .................................................................................................................. 8

    Record of Public Participation ........................................................................................................ 10

    How Projects are Selected ................................................................................................................. 11

    Air Quality Issues ........................................................................................................................... 15

    Funding Categories & Project Development Authority ................................................................... 16

    TxDOT UTP Categories & Development Authority .......................................................................... 17

    Statewide CSJs (Control Section Job) ............................................................................................ 18

    Highway Construction Project Listing ................................................................................................. 20

    Transit Project Listing ........................................................................................................................ 25

    Transit Financial Summary ................................................................................................................. 34

    Contact Information ......................................................................................................................... 34

    Appendix A ........................................................................................................................................ 35

    Appendix B ........................................................................................................................................ 36

    Appendix C ........................................................................................................................................ 37

  • PERMIAN BASIN MPO 2019-2022 TIP AMENDMENT NO. 1 3

    Permian Basin MPO Membership and Structure

    The Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), formerly known as the Midland‐ Odessa Transportation Organization (MOTOR) MPO, is a federally mandated organization developed to coordinate transportation planning activities across all modes. The MPO receives federal funds for planning and construction improvements. The Permian Basin MPO is the organization that sets the transportation priorities by bringing together government entities within the Midland and Odessa Metropolitan Area Boundary (MAB) (Appendix B) to make continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation decisions. The entities include the Cities of Odessa and Midland; Counties of Ector, Midland, and Martin; Midland Odessa Urban Transit District (MOUTD) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Odessa District.

    The Permian Basin MPO Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) provides technical assistance and delivers recommendations to the Policy Board and Permian Basin MPO Staff. The Permian Basin MPO Executive Director chairs the TAC which includes professional staff who serve as representatives of the member agencies. The TAC meets at the Permian Basin MPO Offices the first Thursday of every month at 8:00 am, unless otherwise noted on the MPO website.

    The Permian Basin MPO Policy Board prioritizes and programs transportation projects in the MAB.

    The MPO Policy Board also provides direction to the Executive Director and is the policy‐making entity for the Permian Basin MPO. The Policy Board meets at the Permian Basin MPO Offices (9601 Wright Drive, Midland, Texas) every third Monday of the month at 5:00 pm, unless otherwise noted on the MPO website. In 2015, the Policy Board committed to improve its public accessibility by locating three meetings per year in locations in Odessa and Midland where transit users would be able to attend the meetings. The meeting spaces are all handicap accessible. Following a Visioning Workshop in 2015, the Board adopted revised mission and vision statements to help guide their policies and actions.

    Mission Statement Provide leadership to the region in the planning, funding, and development of a

    safe, efficient multimodal transportation system.

    Vision Statement To develop a sustainable multimodal transportation system that meets the

    future needs of all users.

  • PERMIAN BASIN MPO 2019-2022 TIP AMENDMENT NO. 1 4

    Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

    The Permian Basin MPO, working cooperatively with its member agencies, develops a work program of transportation projects known as the Transportation Improvement Program, or the TIP. The TIP lists projects developed through a cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning process. The projects identified in the TIP must have a funding source and be listed in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

    The TIP is a short-range planning document that lists the transportation projects of the two cities, three counties, MOUTD, and the TxDOT Odessa District. The purposes of the TIP include:

    • To identify improvements recommended for advancement during the four- year period;

    • To identify transportation improvement priorities for both highway and transit facilities and operations;

    • To provide realistic estimates of total costs and identified revenues for the program period; and

    • To reflect a cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning process.

    Funding for transportation improvements comes from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), TxDOT and local entities.

    Year of Expenditure (YOE) Trends

    The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) and subsequent Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act require that the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), MTP and the TIP have financial plans that reflect “year of expenditure dollars” for revenue and project cost estimates for any STIP, MTP or TIP adopted, approved, or amended. To fully comply with all federal requirements, the Permian Basin MPO Policy Board approved a 2040 MTP and revisions which include a rate of inflation for highway and transit projects at 4% per year. The FY 2019-2022 TIP has been updated to reflect the provisions of the FAST Act as shown in this document and its amendments.

    Total Project Costs (TPC)

    To determine the TPC, the MPO utilized project programming information obtained from the TxDOT Design and Construction Information System (DCIS) database. Construction Engineering (CE), Contingency and Indirect Costs are anticipated to be 20%, 25%, or 30%, depending upon the roadway classification and type of work. Right-of-way costs are assumed to increase at a rate of 5% annually.

  • PERMIAN BASIN MPO 2019-2022 TIP AMENDMENT NO. 1 5

    Methodology For project costs to be forecasted and appropriately programmed, construction estimates will be prepared utilizing available current unit bid prices and inflated to a future construction cost utilizing the anticipated trends outlined in YOE Trends above. Once the anticipat